4) Lifeforce (1985, Tobe Hooper)
For those of you who are new to Cannon Films, you deserve to watch the narrative Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films. They were proficient schlockmeisters who delivered a remarkable measure of low-spending misuse movies in each possible type. Tobe Hooper’s film Lifeforce is one of their most absurd accomplishments, a motion picture that joins outsiders, vampires, zombies and the apocalypse all into one delightfully incomprehensible story.
The component fascination of Lifeforce is the amazingly lovely Mathilda May who spends most of the motion picture totally bare as a savage space vampire who drains the lifeforce out of anybody she experiences. A genuine realistic peculiarity of the 1980s, Lifeforce is in a classification totally unto itself.